Fire Loss Resource Links

National Fire Protection Association®
The National Fire Protection Association's mission is to reduce fire's impact on quality of life by providing and advocating consensus codes and standards, research, training and education. This Web site has fire statistics and information.

Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors
Popular resource site for burn survivors, their friends and loved ones, firefighters, medical professionals and anyone else who has been affected by the devastation of burn injuries.

Burn Survivors On-Line
This is a comprehensive information and service site for burn survivors and their families.

This service of the United States National Library of Medicine and United States National Institutes of Health provides a comprehensive links menu.

Cool the Burn
A site devoted to helping children who have been burned or who have family members that have been burned.

United State Fire Administration
A part of the Federal Emergency Management Agency under the Department of Homeland Security. Its mission is to reduce life and economic losses due to fire and related emergencies through leadership, advocacy, coordination and support.

American Burn Association
Nonprofit organization devoted to study, research and communication for burn care providers.

National Safety Council®
Features safety resources for home, environment and workplace.

US Consumer Products Safety Commission
This independent federal agency's main purpose is to reduce injuries to consumers. The Commission issues consumer product safety alerts, and may have helpful information relative to your claim.

National Association of Fire Investigators
NAFI was formed in 1961 to increase the knowledge and improve the skills of people who investigate and analyze fires, explosions and arson.

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